Skip to content ↓
  • Inspiring Individuals
  • Empowering Minds
  • Defining Futures

Mathematics honour

Sixth Form student receives esteemed award in mathematics for their outstanding progress.

The Michael Ord Award for mathematics is a particularly important and meaningful memorial award presented each year to a student who has made outstanding progress in their mathematical studies.

The award is presented in honour and memory of Michael Ord a former Queen’s Park High school student who sadly passed away from meningitis in 1994 at the age of 14 years.

We were delighted that Michael’s mother, Anne Ord was able to present the award this year at our Year 11 Celebration evening.

This year’s worthy recipient was Year 12 student Ioan Gwenter.

Mrs Blears-Chalmers, Curriculum Leader for mathematics said,

Ioan has shown amazing commitment to his studies, achieving the highest grades in GCSE mathematics and further maths. He is a thoughtful mathematician who is inquisitive and enjoys the challenge of maths problems. We are all thrilled he has been recognised for this award.

Congratulations Ioan!